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Fever, blood in motion, wicoryl oral suspension, mickacin injection. Treatment ?

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i am 29 year women. i have a 7 month baby boy he is suffering with fever from last 2 days and also blood with motion ( 10 times for day) , baby is crying too much while his motion time, Last night we consulted Children doctor( MBBS DCH) , he suggested
1 syrup WICORYL ORAL SUSPENSION 60 Ml(Cold Fever Bodyache) 2.5 ml 3 times for day
2 MiCKACIN INJ 250 mg (need 3 times)
Injection taken last night 1 time but no result still blood with motion and baby crying too much.

Please suggest.
Posted Sat, 14 Apr 2012 in Child Health
Answered by Dr. R.V.Sirisha Rani 1 hour later

Your child needs to be taken to paediatrician immediately if he seems to be dehydrated. The skin on abdomen does not go back or not accepting fluids orally or when she passes XXXXXXX blood in stools.

Continue to give him fluids WHO ORS solutions or Pedialyte.

You need to consult your doctor if problem persists even after second dose of medicine.

Hope I have answered your query, I will be available to answer your follow up queries.
Wish you Good Health
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Follow-up: Fever, blood in motion, wicoryl oral suspension, mickacin injection. Treatment ? 39 minutes later
Thanks for your reply, he is taking mother milk and water with mixed electrol powder.
suffering with little bit fever and blood in motion,crying too much while his motion time, we are going to hospital for second injection, but what is the reason of blood in motion and too much pain? is this any serious problem ?? do we need to admit in hospital?
Answered by Dr. R.V.Sirisha Rani 3 hours later
He might be infected in his gastro intestinal tract,so experiencing pain in abdomen, hence crying is expected. Most common reason for blood in stools.

Anything may become serious in infants so better not to delay &take him to hospital if there is no improvement in his symptoms in a day, especially during dehydrated.

Hope I have answered your query.
Wish your kid speedy recovery.
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